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Players About To Reset The Market At Each Position!

This list of players is filled with youngsters who are about reset the market at their position and help their peers achieve greater annual salaries.

QB Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes could get NFL's first $200 million contract — and ...
Mahomes won’t be a free agent next year but if reports are to be believed then he could push the QB market closer to $50 million annually. Dak will get his payday first but with Mahomes resume thus far, he should dwarf all other QB contracts if he chooses. Photo: SB Nation

RB Alvin Kamara

Alvin Kamara likely to return for Saints Sunday | Vols Wire
While he might not surpass McCaffrey’s new giant contract, Kamara is just as talented as the Panthers star. He should receive a handsome salary come next spring if he manages to stay healthier than he was in the 2019 season. Photo: Vols Wire

WR Chris Godwin

Bucs WR Chris Godwin says he's willing to give up No. 12 to Tom Brady
It’ll be interesting to see how Godwin and Brady perform together but if his progression from 2018-2019 is anything to go by, he could have an even bigger year. If Amari Cooper is worth $20 million annually then no doubt Godwin is worth at least that. Photo: USA Today

TE George Kittle

George Kittle contract extension could be WR-sized
It’s hard to understand why tight end salaries are so low, with few high-quality tight ends and the value they bring, they should be paid a lot more. Henry and Hooper pushed the market on their upside, Kittle should burst the market because of proven ability. Photo: Niners Wire

OL Ronnie Stanley

Ravens Pick up Fifth-Year Option on Ronnie Stanley
While the market was just set at $22 million per year by Laremy Tunsil, Stanley isn’t likely to surpass that. However, he should be able to be one of the players to help reset the market for tackles who aren’t quite in the elite tier of the position. Photo: Baltimore Ravens

DL Joey Bosa

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While Chris Jones could push close to Aaron Donald, I think it’s more likely that Bosa exceeds Demarcus Lawrence at $21 million annually to boost the defensive end market. It might also be his little brother pushing the defensive end market in a few years. Photo: The Athletic

LB Matt Milano

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Maybe a bit of an unknown for some, he is the heart and soul of a great defensive unit for the Buffalo Bills. He’ll hit free agency next year and could fetch a contract around $15 million per year if he plays well, pushing up the second-tier linebacker market. Photo: Buffalo Bills

CB Jalen Ramsey

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The Rams might as well hand Ramsey a blank cheque as the Texans did with Tunsil because they won’t let him walk after trading two first-round picks for him. He could make the corner market explode to $20 million annually if he has another shutdown season. Photo: SI

S Justin Simmons

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John Elway has already made it very clear that the Broncos will do whatever it takes to sign their breakout star safety to a long-term deal so he should eclipse $15 million per year easily. He’ll be worth it as one of the most athletic and versatile safeties in the league. Photo: ESPN

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